Musical Theatre

2018-19 Classes Announced

NOTE: Summer Broadway Bootcamp attendees earn 10% class registration.

 

Thursday evenings, 7:00-8:30pm at our 84th St. studio!

The magic of Disney comes to Sing Omaha! For 25 years, Disney has delighted theatre audiences with thrilling spectacle and the stories and characters we all know and love. Through a series of fun theatre games and activities, students will work independently and with their peers to explore a different Disney musical each week, including The Lion King, Newsies, Tarzan, and Frozen!

As an educational learning opportunity, all experience levels are welcome, and previous theatre experience is not required! Over the course of the class, students will grow as artists and discover the many ways in which Disney has created its own genre within the magnificent world of musical theatre!

To register: email office@singomahastudios with the subject “Magic of Disney” and the following information:

Student’s Name (first and last)
Student’s Grade
Student’s School
Parent name
Parent email
Parent phone

 
TUITION: $199.00 for the 8-week class

Once we receive your registration information, we will send you a PayPal invoice via email. You may also pay in-full by check if you wish.

NOTE: Student spots are not secure until full payment is received, and no refunds will be given for any reason for this class.

 

 

 

Join us in in December for 

“CHRISTMAS BREAK BROADWAY BOOT CAMP”

No experience required! Whether you’re brand new to auditioning or a musical theatre pro, this one-day intensive is perfect for anyone looking to learn some new skills or brush up on some old ones!

Topics Include: Audition Etiquette, Building Your Book, Auditioning DOs and DON’Ts, and The Dance Call. The boot camp will culminate in a mock audition in which students will have the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in a fun, no-pressure environment!

To register: email office@singomahastudios with the subject “Broadway Bootcamp” and the following information:

Student’s Name (first and last)
Student’s Grade
Student’s School
Parent name
Parent email
Parent phone

 

Saturday Sample Itinerary (subject to change):
8:30-9:00a – Check-in
9:00-9:15a – Welcome & Introductions
9:15 – 9:45a – Physical & Vocal Warm-up
9:45-11:30a – Auditioning: What to Expect, and What’s Expected of You
11:30a-12:00p – Lunch
12:00-12:15p – Theatre Games
12:15-2:00p – The Dance Call: Learning a dance cut as in a real audition
2:00-2:15p – Snack
2:15-3:45p – The Mock Audition (Singing and Dancing in a simulated audition environment)
3:45-4:00p – Closing

Friday ADD ON – One-On-One resume´ and Audition Book Prep
Sign up for an hour-long private session on Friday.
30 minutes of resume´review – formatting and content (we’ll ask you to provide a digital document in advance, or we will work off of our template to build your customized document)
30 minutes of book-building – we will identify two solo selections (slow and up-temp0) in appropriate keys for you, and provide you two copies of each to keep.
We will also provide you with a professional headshot, so dress nicely.

 

TUITION: $99.00 for Saturday – add $45.00 for Friday add-on

NOTE: Saturday registration is a prerequisite for Friday session

Once we receive your registration information, we will send you a PayPal invoice via email. You may also pay in-full by check if you wish.

NOTE: Student spots are not secure until full payment is received, and no refunds will be given for any reason for this class.


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Elizabeth Stinman – Director of Musical Theatre Programming is a Lincoln native and currently serves as the the full-time staff collaborative pianist at Peru State College, with Director of Choral Studies (and Sing Omaha founder) Matt Hill. She graduated magna cum laude from Doane College in Crete, Nebraska, having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Direction for Musical Theatre in May, 2014.

Since 2009, Liz has worked on more than 50 productions as a music director, vocal coach, and/or accompanist around the Midwest. She has also worked as a music director and teaching artist at Stagedoor Manor; a performing arts training center for youth in New York City. In January 2016 she participated in the highly-selective Goodspeed Musicals Music Direction Intensive in Connecticut. She was excited to join Sing Omaha Studios Summer Show Choir Camp in 2017, and is thrilled to be heading Sing Omaha’s new Musical Theatre Programming!

As a collaborative pianist, Liz has worked with celebrated musical theatre industry professionals at the International Thespian Festival, which is held annually at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has also accompanied for vocal masterclasses at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, for Irene Ryan scholarship competitors at the Region V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), and is a regular accompanist for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) at the state and regional level.